(USA) A group of Arizona police officers were reportedly asked to move or leave a Starbucks coffee shop on the Fourth of July because a customer felt uncomfortable.
According to a post from the Tempe Officers Association, six Tempe Police Department officers were drinking coffee before their shift when a barista told them a customer “did not feel safe” by their presence.
The barista allegedly asked the officers to move out of the customer’s line of sight or to leave, the tweet states.
“This treatment of public safety workers could not be more disheartening. While the barista was polite, making such a request at all was offensive. Unfortunately, such treatment has become all too common in 2019,” the organization wrote. “We know this is not a national policy at Starbucks Corporate and we look forward to working collaboratively with them on this important dialogue.”
Starbucks has issued a formal apology to an Arizona police force after six officers were kicked out of a Tempe coffee shop on Independence Day, an eviction that triggered a social media firestorm as #DumpStarbucks trended on Twitter.
Per Google The Most Searched Dem 2020 Candidate After The Debate, Is NOT Who You’d Expect
Who do you think the most searched for candidate was after last nights Democratic debate?
Beto? Booker? Warren? Biden?
NOPE! None of them and you’ll be shocked to know the most searched for candidate is Tulsi Gabbard. Everything Tulsi Gabbard Said During the First Democratic Debate | NBC New York
According to The Hill: GoogleTrends showed Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) as the most-searched candidate of Wednesday night’s Democratic debate after entering the event in Miami as a relative unknown.
Ahead of the debate, which was the first of two featuring 20 Democratic White House hopefuls, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) was the most searched candidate of the 10 hopefuls who would appear on stage on Wednesday, while Gabbard was the fourth-most searched. Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke (D-Texas) were second and third, respectively.
During the debate, Gabbard moved into the top most-searched spot, followed by Booker.